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Many sites would carry a warning: NUDITY! Keep away if you're under 18! We don't believe in that. Women's breasts bother no one except those who have unfortunately been trained to be embarrassed by them.

So if you're under 18, go ahead and view our photos. Besides, women who are bare-breasted in public places aren't nude! Are bare-breasted men nude? These women are exercising their right to the same topfreedom as men have had for decades.

Warning: you may encounter images of people wearing clothes!

Below we present photos (and some drawings and paintings) of topfree women (and occasionally men) in portraits and "in action." It is forbidden to reproduce any photograph on this site in any location or in any medium or format without the prior written consent of TERA.

There are more photos in the articles area.

Got a photo you'd like to share? Contact us at the Topfree Equal Rights Association.


This poster for the German Green Party caused a fuss in the late summer of 2002, when it was banned in Königstein, a suburb of Frankfurt. However, it was soon allowed back up and became a collector's item all over Germany. It is based on a famous painting, Gabrielle d'Estrées and one of her Sisters (anonymous), from about 1595.

The poster's pitch is for equality ("Wir machen's gleich"), specifically for homosexuals, but also for topfree women (obviously!).

Photos from White Rock Beach, British Columbia, Summer 2001. In the first photo, l. to r., Claudia Kellersch and Howard Williamson of Sun Lovers Under Gray Skies (SLUGS, Seattle, Washington), and Linda Meyer of Maple Ridge, British Columbia. In the other two photos: Claudia and Linda. See the story here.


Some women got together for this photo in August 2002 in western Massachusetts. They are from five states and one province! We tried to include two breast cancer survivors, but they were unavailable at the time.


Here's an ad sent to us by Peter Blom in The Netherlands. It appeared in the summer of 2002 in the paper Maasstad, freely and widely circulated in and around Rotterdam. It's advertising mattresses.


Below are eight photos from topfree events in Rochester, New York in July, 2002. These were organized by TERA with the thorough assistance of Morley Schloss, for videotaping by WhirlieGirl Productions of California.

In the course of two days, WhirlieGirl taped several interviews and went out into Rochester, where the main events were shopping, visiting Susan B. Anthony's house, and swimming. Reactions to the topfree women varied, but at the end of July 15 (the date of all the photos below), many people in Rochester had received a live education about topfreedom for women in New York State.

At one point a police car arrived, but the officer in question knew that women could be topfree in New York. At the pool (last two photos below), many of the children swimming and even the pool staff wondered what was going on, and some even objected to it; but very soon they knew and became accustomed to the situation.

All the photos here were taken by TERA's President. Vice-President Julia Goforth was rather busy!


Above left: Morley Schloss and Julia Goforth in Morley's garden in front of his house in Rochester NY.
Above right: Julia Goforth and Kayla Sosnow riding Morley Schloss's tandem bicycle down his street.


Above left: Misha Goforth, Julia Goforth and infant daughter Phoenix, and Kayla Sosnow in Cobbs Hill Park, Rochester NY.
Above right: Kayla Sosnow chanting her poem The Judge for Whirliegirl Productions.


Above: Julia Goforth and family on Monroe Avenue, Rochester NY.


Above: Swimming at the Genessee Valley pool, Rochester NY.

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